[OS X TeX] Correcting errors in BibDesk

Adam M. Goldstein agoldstein at iona.edu
Thu Oct 25 11:25:59 EDT 2007

On Oct 24, 2007, at 11:50 PM, Adam R. Maxwell wrote:
>> Here is the way I do this---
>> When the errors come up, I click on the line in the error window  
>> with one of the errors. Then, I see what record the problem is in,  
>> easily identified by its cite key. Then I open the record in the  
>> get info window for it, and then correct it, and save again.
> If this is an actual error (not a warning), you have to choose  
> "Keep Going" in the dialog box that warns you of data loss in order  
> to use the standard editor interface.  Don't do that!  You will  
> almost certainly lose data, since it only read part of your file.

Yes, I should have said "warning"; almost exclusively, I have to  
correct "smart quotes" with the TeX-style quotes.

One ignores BibDesk's error (real errors not warnings) at one's dire  

-Adam G.

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